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[email protected] | Annie Uichanco (20C) is from Tampa, Fla., majoring in music composition. She covers sports and occasionally arts & entertainment. In addition to the Wheel, she is an avid baker, guitarist and true lefty.

Any Pixar motion picture soundtrack Annie Uichanco, Sports Editor As a music composition major, it’s hard to listen to other music when you’re writing your own, so I rarely listen ...

There’s a reason why I waited half a day online to buy a ticket to see Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrors” at the High Museum. It’s the same reason why tickets ...

The 2018-19 school year has introduced new faces to the Emory Athletics coaching staff, adding Head Diving Coach Michael “Mike” Haun and Head Softball Coach Adrianna Baggetta to the roster. ...

Emory plans to launch a women’s golf program that will begin varsity play in Fall 2019. A non-varsity team will begin competing Fall 2018, Clyde Partin Senior Director of Athletics ...

Eastern table leaders, No. 1 New York City FC (NYCFC) (5-2-0) and No. 2 Atlanta United FC (4-1-1), split a matchup of surprises and drama 2-2 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium ...

For the Emory women’s ultimate (EWU) club team, the frisbee is not something to be tossed to a dog or flung in a relaxing game of disc golf. Rather, the ...

Emory’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams returned from the NCAA Division III Championships on March 21-24 with their 11th consecutive and 24th overall team championship trophy and 15 ...

Left: Williams hustles the ball past stunned opponents in a high school match. Courtesy of Romin Williams Right: Then-high school senior point guard Romin Williams shoots from deep at Metairie ...

Last week’s University Athletic Association (UAA) Swimming Athlete of the Week Oliver Smith (18C) qualified for the NCAA Men’s Division III Swimming and Diving Championships after he touched first in ...